Summer “Sunshine” extends into Sweden’s autumn
STOCKHOLM (UPDATED) - The new single "Solsken" ("Sunshine") will bring more Gyllene Tider to the airwaves this autumn to avoid the summer enthusiasm from dying out. The song is already getting heavy radio airplay.
This summer has been specially hot and active for Sweden. "The boys" from Halland have come back and made everyone dance, sing-along and enjoy the tunes and melodies of Gyllene Tider with the biggest tour ever in Scandinavia… some to be part of the history, others to remember their youth, but all to enjoy this summer.
But now summer is ending and even if it has been owned by Gyllene Tider with an overcrowded tour, multi-platinum album success and a long playing double-A-side single on radio, they want to offer more "Sunshine" to Sweden, because GT doesn't want this summer to end just yet.
"Solsken" (8616062) will be released September 29 and the B-sides are "Ordinärt mirakel" ("Ordinary Miracle") and "Nere på gatan" ("Down on the Street"), both demos recorded at T&A demos.
The cover design features a picture of a sunny day drawn by Per's son Gabriel.
Daniel Alvedahl contributed to this article.
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September 20th, 2004
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